March 7 – 10, Chicago, IL

Members of Stanford’s Global Health community will be moderating and speaking on a variety of panels at CUGH’s 10th Annual Conference: Translation and Implementation for Impact in Global Health.

Please join us for the following panels, debates and poster sessions:

Transforming Leadership
The Center’s Women Leaders in Global Health Initiative  will collaborate in a half-day session
March 7,  1- 5 pm 

Migration and Displaced Children
CIGH core faculty members, Drs. Paul Wise and Gary Darmstadt, will this half-day session
March 7,  1 – 5 pm

Towards Partnership Equity in Global Health: Do Academic Promotions Need to Change? 
Sr. Assoc. Dean for Global Health Michele Barry moderates
March 8, 8:30 – 10:30 am

Elucidating Rheumatic Heart Disease Treatment Barriers for Patients in Sudan
Jeffrey Garnet Edwards, Medical Student
March 8, 1 – 2:30 pm, Salon D

Current and Emerging Challenges in Global Child Health
Drs. Wise and Darmstadt will be on a panel to discuss
March 8,  2:30 – 4 pm

The Great Global Health Debate
March 8, 10:45 – 11:30 am
Center Director of Research Stephen Luby will argue for prioritizing existential threats, including climate change and environmental degradation, over more proximate health concerns.